Ruth YOUNG, 1883–1933 (aged 49 years)
|Birth|| October 23, 1883
|Death of a paternal grandmother||Mary Dickson MARTIN|
July 13, 1884 (aged 8 months)
|Birth of a sister||Edith May YOUNG|
May 15, 1886 (aged 2 years)
|Birth of a sister||Eva Mary YOUNG|
November 11, 1887 (aged 4 years)
|Death of a paternal grandfather||John YOUNG|
February 5, 1888 (aged 4 years)
|Birth of a sister||Florence YOUNG|
March 4, 1890 (aged 6 years)
|Birth of a brother||Leslie John YOUNG|
October 2, 1894 (aged 10 years)
|Birth of a brother||Thomas Barry William YOUNG|
1895 (aged 11 years)
|Death of a brother||Thomas Barry William YOUNG|
1895 (aged 11 years) Age: 9 weeks
Note: Thomas Young, was born 1895 and died at the age of 9 week's. And buried on 15 December 1895 at the B…
Thomas Young, was born 1895 and died at the age of 9 week's. And buried on 15 December 1895 at the Ballarat New cemetery, Area: Presbyterian B, Section: 1, Row:-, Grave: 13.
|Death of a father||John YOUNG|
October 5, 1902 (aged 18 years)
Cause: Exhaustion Tubercular disease of lungs
Note: Death of John Young. Cause of Death: Exhaustion Tubercular disease of lungs. Death Certificate: 1229…
Death of John Young. Cause of Death: Exhaustion Tubercular disease of lungs. Death Certificate: 12292. Born: Melbourne. Lived life in Victoria. Trade: Drover.
|Burial of a father||John YOUNG|
October 6, 1902 (aged 18 years)
Obituary of John Young: The Funeral of the late Mr John Young, took place at the Ballarat New Cemetery and was largely attended. About 50 Master butchers and employees marched in front of the hearse. The Hon. J.W.Kirton, M.L.A,. Crs J. Fleming and G. Davis, and Messrs F. Praetz, J. H. Peady, Jas. Peady, A.Turner, F. Dunn. J.M. Robinson, and J. Davies were the pall-bearers; and the coffin bearers were Messrs G. Leonard, J. Russ, H. Humchen, and A. Smith. The Rev, W. Fraser conducted services at the house and grave. Messrs Jordan and Tippet carried out the funeral arrangements.
Note: Burial of John Young. Age: 40 of ligur street, Ballarat, Victoria, Burial taking place at the Ballar…
Burial of John Young. Age: 40 of ligur street, Ballarat, Victoria, Burial taking place at the Ballarat New cemetery, Presbyterian B, Section 1, Row: - , Grave: 13, Go to the story of the Orbituary, of the funeral of John Young.
|Religious marriage||James (Jim) TELFORD — View this family|
February 26, 1906 (aged 22 years)
Address: Presbyterian Church
|Birth of a son||William Martin James TELFORD|
June 9, 1907 (aged 23 years)
|Birth of a daughter||Ruth Florence TELFORD|
October 19, 1908 (aged 24 years)
|Birth of a daughter||Eileen Mary TELFORD|
August 5, 1910 (aged 26 years)
|Birth of a son||John Lyell TELFORD|
October 21, 1914 (aged 30 years)
|Birth of a son||Alexander Maxwell TELFORD|
May 5, 1917 (aged 33 years)
|Birth of a son||Ivan Frank TELFORD|
January 13, 1920 (aged 36 years)
|Death of a husband||James (Jim) TELFORD|
November 5, 1922 (aged 39 years)
Cause: Gastro Enteritis, inflamed stomach or an ulcer.
|Burial of a husband||James (Jim) TELFORD|
November 7, 1922 (aged 39 years)
7 November 1922 â€¢ Ballarat New Cemetary, Victoria, Australia Burial: James Telford, of Yarrowee street, Age: 37, Buried in the Presbyterian C, Section: 1, Row: 1, Grave: - 2, of the Ballarat New cemetery.
|Birth of a granddaughter||Faye Janette WASLEY|
1930 (aged 46 years)
|Death of a mother||Mary WILLIAMS|
August 8, 1932 (aged 48 years)
|Death of a granddaughter||Faye Janette WASLEY|
October 4, 1933 (aged 49 years)
Cause: Drowned in Murray River
|Birth of a daughter||Jean TELFORD|
|Burial of a mother||Mary WILLIAMS|
|Death|| October 4, 1933 (aged 49 years)|
Cause of death: Drowned in Murray River
|Marriage||Marriage — December 24, 1881 — Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
9 monthselder brother
3 yearsyounger sister
18 monthsyounger sister
2 yearsyounger sister
5 yearsyounger brother
15 monthsyounger brother
|Religious marriage||Religious marriage — February 26, 1906 — Ballarat, Victoria, Australia|
12 October 1912 â€¢ Mount Lyell, Tasmania, Australia Mount Lyell, Mining disaster near Queenstown, Tasmania, almost claimed the life of James Telford. As it was 72 Escaped, 54 Rescued, and 42 dead and missing.
1914 â€¢ Queenstown, Darwin, Tasmania, Australia James Telford, still Working at Mount lyell, copper mine, in the Linda Valley, near Queenstown, Tasmania, Australia.
1915 â€¢ Invermay Primary school, Invermay, Victoria, Australia Back Home from Tasmania, and acting as guardian to (William Telford's, Daughter, May Telford, as well as his own (Daughter), Ruth Telford, and (Son) James Telford, at the Invermay Primary School.